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Belt Set for Carver TD-1200, TD-1400, PST-12, and PST-14 Cassett

This belt set is for 2 belts to replace the Flat belt #U05070 on the Flywheel assembly and Counter belt #CV-TD1200 in these Tape Deck players. Meets or exceeds OEM specs. Found in many types of equipment. This belt is of recent manufacture. These belts are made using state-of-the-art vulcanization chemistry, forming highly cross-linked polymetric structures which ensure long-term elastic stability. Prior to installation of your new belt, the belt path should be cleaned. Suggest you use common household rubbing alcohol (isopropyl) or a similar solution to clean the old, (often invisible) belt residue from the surfaces of the entire belt path, so it doesn't contaminate the new belt. This belt # U05070 can also be used on the following: AKAI HX-3 AUDIOTRONICS ATC-141, ATC-145, TT-77A BLAUPUNKT CX-4962 CRAIG H-460, H-462 FISHER RADIO CR-140, CR-5150, CR-9000, CR-9300, CR-M500, CR-W49, MC-4580, PH-410K, PH-420K, PH-422K HITACHI D-3300M, D-5500M KENWOOD KX-400 LAFAYETTE RKD-150 MAGNAVOX MDC-081, MDC-082, MDC-083, SC-1412 MGA DT-11, DT-12 PANASONIC RA-6500, RA-6700, RS-7, RS-907, RS-B7, RS-B15, RS-B17W, RS-B24W, RS-B40, RS-B54, RS-D250, RS-D550W, RS-M235X, RS-M236X, RS-M245X, RS-M253X, RX-7510, RX-7700, SE-1160, SE-1170K, SE-1260, SE-2608, SE-4509, SE-4608, SE-5508, SE-P7, SE-P9 PIONEER CT-C9W, CT-F800, CT-F850, CT-F900, CT-F950, SK-550 SANSUI SC-2000 SANYO C-3D, C-4, C-20, M-7755, M-S560, RD-220, RD-240, RD-240-2, RD-240A, RD-C11, RD-S27, RD-S28, RD-S29, RD-W44, RD-W566, RD-W760A, RDS-30, RDS-40 SONY TC-20F, TC-FX205, TC-FX220, TC-FX430, TC-FX433 TEAC A-103, A-105, A-106, A-107, R-505, R-606X, V-270, V-306, V-307, V-316, V-317, V-385, V-406C, V-407C, V-416C, V-417C, V-505X, V-508X, V-515X, V-518X, V-550X, W-500C
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